Cruciferous Veggies and Cancer


The meat and bones of the article that I am sharing with you is about supplementing a cruciferous vegetable product, specifically one that contains a combination of brussel sprouts and kale. This research has found that doing so may positively effect a ratio of estrogen metabolites that is associated with cancer risk in premenopausal women. Leading to the conclusion that the consumption of cruciferous vegetables may have health benefits including reducing your risk of cancer! This is important not for those individual who already eat a ton of kale, brussel sprouts and other great vegetables. But for those of us who don't, myself included.

I once heard a statement from another doctor that really hit home. It was something so simple; "Just because you don't like to eat it, doesn't mean your body doesn't need it", which in turn leads me to the solution for those of us who don't like to eat it; Cruciferous Complete! A great product from a great company. It's made primarily from organic Kale and Brussel Sprouts, just what the doctor ordered. I've been taking it for a little over a year now and it's fantastic. It also forms part of my nutritional support protocol for High Blood Pressure, High Triglycerides even Diabetes and more. One small capsule a day and I can rest easy knowing I didn't totally ignore those dark leafy green veggies that are so important to my diet.

Below is a link to the article I am referring to. If you are so inclined, give it a read.

Cruciferous Vegetables and Cancer Risk.pdf

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